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BSDAV, OCTOBER 29, 1942 (One Day Nearer Victory)
THE WAYNESYILLE MOUNTAINEER
Shots Of World News Event
Awards for Pacific Hero
Where Marines Mopped Up at Guadalcanal
Wounded in Stalingrad Siege
, u.i -or f three separate citations for his part in
, ntinrcceacnicu ";- . T : rinmm John S. Thach. 87.
f ,M 6c dron 8 of the carrier
d Forciyce, Ark., com The nUtlon wa8 mad.
leliwio befor she Awen a? wilson Brown, Jr. Thach received the
Boston oy oV tv, Navv Cross and Gold Star, equivalent
'inKuls '.rl,. for his part in the battles of Bougainville. Lae
a seconu v -',: rThi, i, . Dhonephoto. (CntraJ rm
Native Hero in Solomons
Dead Jans sprawl
Tl. taken after ire" battle of Torso on -: - bnltlefleid ith tanks,
in fie forc-roun.1 and at left, while in tlie.midst of he P'11S Mal' Jc J i.uio to regain the Btratcgic
A couple of Soviet soldiers wounded In the lonjr siege of Stalingrad
are shown after they were rowed across the Don River from the fight
ing lino. Medical corps soldiers help them out of the boat before driving
them back to a base hospital. Because of the heroic fighting of auch
men as those, the Nazis have been unable to capture the key city ana
haw- siillprcn nuse losses i" men anu uuuijnnt:iiw
Women Workers at Navy Yard Top WAF Takes Off ap Bomber Plane
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, g-t ' ., fc"Vl" j -- mil i in at Si mimmM i. Hi ,
cturcd is Sergt. Major Vootha, a member of the native police In ( the
Sobmon Islands, who was captured oy tne japs 7" 7
bavorct when he refused to give information about Amenean forcefc
left fr d?ad, he escaped and returned to a marine base with
orraatinn about nis captors. :.uw w u .
For (he first time in the history of the New York Navy Yard women
will work alongside the men. Minerva MatzkowiU has already taken
her place at an engraving machine in the ordnance shop. At rig.it im
Rudolph Eibenbauer, veteran employe. Official U. S. Navy photo.
of an army Plane "fu Mrs
Airoort, Wilmington, Del., is firs.
Nancy H. Love, head of the Worn-
Air Ferry Service. Planes will
be nown from the factory to army
oir fields by the women under her.
ice will be permitted to fly pianee
Greek Troops Pray in Desert Look at That Pistol Fly! Heads Naval School
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Black cloud, of amok. ar. Z SpTSTft.0 WhSS
nese four-motored bomber of the Kawan shr l" j .
Chalk Up Another for the Navy
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"w lanosiadea la holding eross wnue eonaucnn "''
""ice for Greek troop, in the depths of the Egyptian desert, where
wnieek vengeance against their native land'e oppressor. UreeK
"Ulery, infantry and motorized nniU are fighting beside the Britaa
After U. S. Bombers Blasted Solomons Isle
Capt. R. C. Parker, U.S.N., is the
commanding officer of the new naval
training school at Princeton Uni
versity, N. J. The first class will
consist of 800 officer students (re
cently commissioned officers from
ensign to lieutenant), who will take
a two-months' course devoted to
academic subjects. This is an offi
cial U. 8. Navy photo.
This view of a .inking Jap freighter wa. ma
nt U. S. submarine alter n naa bcih uuicuv
?he enemy ship. The bow points skyward just before the stricken ves
d take. iU final plunge. Since Pearl Harbor, U. S. .ub. haveent at
lea.U07 Jap .hip? to the bottom. Thi. 1. an official U. 8. Navy phot,
from the Pacific Fleet.
AWVS Apple Picker
Father of Nine Enlists in the U. S. Army
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This i, , ., : . t j t . Solomons, after U. & ?iiHin. Thi. attack
"trrNot7the vW preVTnTeYo deU
hed during MvS?? J-Pfi'drivet L U.Tn-i This
Just in ease the shortage of farm
labor become, alarming, Sue Hol
lander, a member of the AWVS, is
learning the why. and wherefores
of farm chore, so .he ean do bar oil
toward aiding the war effort, Sue,
shown picking applet, la MM of ft
large group of volunteer workers
, at the State Institute of Agriesltars
Van. at ranaiagdale, LI.M.T.
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Baymond Kelley, 40, of Pittsburgh, Pa, poses with wife and nine children whom hell soon leave to Join i ths
U. S. Army. Upon Kelley'. induction, the family will be eligible for $142 a month in Government .allot
saenta and allocations Ho ha. been on WPA and relief rolls. Member, of the Kelley family are left to
right: Paul, I; Clarence, 6; Harry, 7 Michael, 8; Dorothy, 9; Tommy, 11; Anna, 12; John, 5
. Jr, If; Mrs. Ceeelia Kelley. . "d Raymond Kelley. (Cmttrl Prw)
pwr. Guadalcanal IaUnd irom ww
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